HoundsTV.com has posted a short video clip (see below) of AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson being asked by a fan recently if he's ever approached anyone for an autograph. "Yes, I did ask Chuck Berry once — in 1975," Brian replied. "He was the biggest piece of shit I've ever met in my life — the rudest man I've ever met. He told us he signed one autograph a day and he'd already signed it. I don't wanna be an asshole like he was."HoundsTV.com bills itself as "a leading news and documentary video site covering the world of celebrity autographs and collectibles."
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